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Unfortunately the link to the slide show has been removed. I will have to venture how to use this blog to post the images.

First 12 images are of Siracusa on the island of Ortigia.

13 & 14 were taken while on the road to and from towns.

15-35 & 37 are of Ragusa.

38-43 & 50 were taken in Noto.

36, 44-49 were all taken in the Vindicari National Park.

51-53 are also in Noto taken at night and converted to Black and White.

54-68 are of the town of Modica.

67-74 are on the roads around and in Noto Antica.

75-79 we are back in Siracusa, at the Taberna Sueva. First on the Global Restaurants to visit page here.

80-86 are all taken at our accommodation just outside Noto, Masseria Degli Ulivi.

I am yet to decide what to place on my Redbubble site. Some feedback would be helpful.

Happy travels.


The aim of this task was to capture your home.

Amanda Cottons beautifully framed and precisely captured entry Steps in the Sand finished first. This image draws you in, like you are sitting there on the sand, soaking up the sun, along with Amanda. I wish i lived near such a beach and to say the least, I am very jealous. It has been a very long time between dips in the salty sea. Not so for Amanda though as she is a big underwater and landscape photography fan. Her portfolio is well worth a visit.

Jemima (lovesbigted) is an avid Redbubbler and one hell of a street photographer slash graphic artist, and has pulled out a wonderful suburban urban image Night Scene 2. My favourite. The use of light is perfect, and composition well structured. Just like your walking down the street.

I decided to plaster my entry up. I love this image, which is rare, as I tend to be my worst critic. It is not easy to take images on the streets in East London. Just the other day, while taking a photo of the front of the pub in which the sign in the image is for, i was abused! Not the first time this has happened. It is not easy being a street photographer these days. No longer carries prestige, but instead seems to be seen as a threat. My image Home was taken a the top of my street.

Steps in the Sand by Amanda Cotton

Night Scene 2 by Jemima


Home by Adrian Rachele

Top of the list this week is Mark Germans entry Hope. This image is beautifully captured with wonderful light and symbolism.

Dana DiPasquale‘s entry Maybe This Year Will be Better Than The Last is a classic, wonderfully framed, soft and serene image.

My entry Ode to Life came equal second. This image was taken when my wife and i were just about to leave Brugge, packs on our backs, walking to the train station. We had some time, so we sat, relaxed, and breathed in the beauty of Belgium, one more time. It will always remind me of those times of peace between travelling.

Hope by Mark German

Maybe This Year Will be Better Than The Last by Dana DiPasquale

Ode to Life by Adrian Rachele

I was requested to offer images to The Gift of Art. All proceeds will be donated to the current selected charity.

Warning Rainbow by Adrian Rachele

Perspective of Paris by Adrian Rachele

Window into Budapest by Adrian Rachele

Sadly i missed the first weeks competition. Here is the winner followed by the runners up.

We Break and We Bend and We Turn Ourselves Inside Out by Dana DiPasquale

End of the Trail by Tom Vaughan

Peruvian Oasis by Nikki Trexel